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Cambridge school to host Easter Fair

CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge Central School District’s class of 2019 is hosting an Easter Craft Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the school auditorium.

More than 40 unique crafters and vendors will have items for sale. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase with the opportunity to win items donated by the crafters and vendors. The drawing will be held at 2:30 p.m., and ticket holders need not be present to win. Vendor tables are still available. Email j42799@msn.com for pricing and other details.

Throughout the day, the Easter Bunny will be available for photos at various prices depending the photo size. A standard 4-by-7 is $7. Food and drink concessions including hot dogs, mac and cheese and goulash will also be available for purchase.

Vermont church to serve roast pork

PAWLET, Vt. — The Ladies and Gentlemen’s Supper Club will serve its next roast pork dinner at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Pawlet Community Church. The menu includes roast pork baked with their famous topping, stuffing, mashed potatoes with gravy, hot vegetables, cabbage salad, applesauce, fruited Jell-O, rolls with butter and hot and cold beverages. This month’s dessert will be maple syrup and ice cream sundaes.

Adults cost $12; children ages 12 and under cost $6; children ages 5 and under are free. Direct questions regarding the dinner to Doreen Mach at 802-325-3428 or Judy Coolidge at 802-325-3073. Takeout orders can also be made on the day of the dinner by calling the church at 802-325-3022.

Line Dancing Party to benefit Haynes House

GRANVILLE — There will be a Line Dancing Party to benefit the Haynes House of Hope from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Knights of Columbus hall on Park Street.

Well-known area line dance instructor Jeff Reynolds will teach and lead dances to the latest country songs. All levels of line dancers are welcome, from first-timers to experienced. The evening will wrap up with a spectacular trick roping show by Jeff.

The dance party will also feature food, raffles and door prizes. A cash bar will be open all evening. Tickets are $15 in advance and can be purchased at Walker’s Farm, Home & Tack in Fort Ann, The Gold Trout on Main Street in Granville and at Perry’s Main Street Eatery in Poultney, Vermont.

Tickets at the door will be $18. The Haynes House of Hope is a comfort care home for the terminally ill and their families.

For more information, contact Haynes House at 518-642-8155 or check the Haynes House page on Facebook.

Men’s softball teams should sign up now

QUEENSBURY — The Queensbury Department of Parks and Recreation Men’s Softball League has team openings (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). All games are played at 6 p.m. at Ridge/Jenkinsville Park starting the week of April 29. The team registration fee of $525 is required for sign up. Spot availability won’t last long. Interested teams should contact the department at 518-761-8216 for additional information.

HRCCU raises money for local youth centers

CORINTH — In 2018, Hudson River Community Credit Union launched a new end-of-year fundraising program titled Give4Kids Matching Campaign in its continued effort to support local youth centers in the communities it serves.

The campaign raised $25,520 from both member donors and sponsors in its inaugural year.

This year’s proceeds were donated to the Saratoga Regional YMCA Corinth Branch’s After School Enrichment Program and the Glens Falls Area Youth Center. A donation will also be made to the Cohoes Community Center when it reopens.

Each location received $8,500 to help support their efforts in the community.

Glens Falls YMCA awarded grant

GLENS FALLS — The Family YMCA of the Glens Falls Area and the YMCA Adirondack Center were recently awarded a grant of $8,000 for their 2018 Annual Campaign from the Stewart’s Holiday Match Program. Since 1986, Stewart’s has been collecting and matching donations in shops from Thanksgiving Day through Christmas Day. The Holiday Match funds will be used to award scholarships to children to attend the Y Afterschool Club and to support the Y-Achievers program at both sites.

For more information about the YMCA’s Annual Campaign, contact Kayla Carlozzi at 518-793-3878 or kcarlozzi@glensfallsymca.org.

Ticonderoga to start ‘big read’ project

TICONDEROGA — As a part of its ongoing programming related to women’s suffrage, the Ticonderoga Historical Society invites readers across the region to join them for a “big read” style project focusing on the life of famed suffragist and Adirondack resident Inez Milholland.

“Inez: The Life and Times of Inez Milholland,” a 2016 biography by Linda J. Lumsden, provides insight into the life and untimely death of Milholland. Most importantly, it traces Milholland’s evolution into one of the most charismatic and influential women of her time.

The project will kick off on April 15, with e-mail and Facebook updates and discussions. An in-person discussion group will be held at the society’s Hancock House Headquarters in August. If enough participants are interested, a field trip to the Inez Milholland grave in Lewis will be planned.

Readers are encouraged, but not required, to register with the Historical Society in order to receive email updates regarding the project. Registration can be sent via e-mail to tihistory@bridgepoint1.com or by calling 518-585-7868.

Readers who wish to take part may purchase the book from the Ticonderoga Historical Society, or make arrangements to borrow one of several copies available for loan from the Historical Society. Copies of the book are also available at local public libraries.

The project is made possible, in part, by grant funding from Humanities New York and the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts through a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts.

Wilton Democrats to hold Spring Social

WILTON — The Town of Wilton Democratic Committee is holding its Spring Social from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at McGregor Links Country Club, 359 Northern Pines Road. Skidmore political science Professor Beau Breslin will give a brief presentation on “The Constitutional Convention as Jefferson Envisioned.” There will be opportunity to meet the candidates for Wilton town offices. Appetizers will be served and a cash bar will be available.

Tickets are $25 until March 31 or $30 at the door. Tickets can be secured at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/2019-wilton-social, or send a check to WDC Treasurer, P.O. Box 4652, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866.

For more information, contact Tom Federlin at 518-744-3330 or Kate Ferris at 518-478-5961.

Krebs is named artist of the month

LAKE GEORGE — The Caldwell-Lake George Library has announced the artist of the month for April is Betsy “Elizabeth” Krebs. Artwork from her “Roots & Branches” collection will be on display at the library during the month of April. Inspired by events that occurred in the Old Stone School House, a historic building located in the Town of Lake George, “Roots and Branches” depicts a visual account of “The Lend A Hand” club, a unique community known for its humanitarian efforts in the early 1900s. An opening reception will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. April 12. Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public. Contact the library at 518-668-2528 for further information.

WIC is offering free groceries to women

HUDSON FALLS — Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding an infant or have a child younger than 5 can get free groceries and more from Washington County WIC. Get free nutrition counseling, breastfeeding support, referrals to other services and a monthly nutritious food package.Call Washington County WIC at 518-746-2460 for an appointment. New York state residency is required.

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Hometown is compiled by Gretta Hochsprung. If you’d like to let her know about an upcoming event, email ghochsprung@poststar.com or call 518-742-3206.

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